1. Another term for "ghetto." Except that slums would be used more to describe a metropolitan ghetto rather than a small town ghetto.

2. Originaly used to desribe the ghetto neighborhoods of New York city and Los Angeles.

(also see "hoodlums.")
I had to work real hard to rise up from the slums.
di Legs (Saintt) 02 dicembre 2006
The Luxury Circle Trailer Park in Jackson, New Jersey... home of Hoop, the Mountain Man
There is a big sign that says "slum" in front of the luxury circe trailer park.
di heb 31 agosto 2005
to go around and be a manwhore
Rian is going to slum it this year.
di ar the ripper 19 agosto 2010
Poor quality, poor performance, not necessarily referring to poverty. A sad, destitute state. Evidence of decline (in quality)
That was such a slum performance by the band today.

I haven't gone to school for three days, and haven't done a drop of homework, i'm really slumming man.
di Chaz 14 febbraio 2005
A more formal name for the ghetto.
It's hard to believe that some people ACTUALLY take pride in living in the slums. They sure must love the poverty, violence, and poor educational system of such an environment.
di AYB 24 settembre 2003
Descriptive of anything displeasing, of low quality, unskilled, unattractive, or lazy.

In a general sense, it can be used to describe anything in a negative way
1) "Jamal was slummin' at hoops today."
2) "My test grade was so slum! I got an F"
3) "The paint job on that car is so slum!"
di Anonymous 24 marzo 2005
a severe intoxicated mindstate; the point of intoxication where fantasy becomes reality, whilst stepping outside of your usual realm
Joe:Man you are drunk as hell man

Bob:Man i feel drunker than drunk bro

Joe: bro, you know what that means?

Bob: No, What?

Joe: You are SLUM bro
di VanillaNice 12 ottobre 2011

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